California Dogs Tune Into Their Own DogTV Channel

Cats can has cheezburger, but dogs are getting their own TV programming.

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San Diego dogs subscribed to Cox or Time Warner now have their own 24/7 TV channel called DogTV, soon to roll out nationwide. “DOGTV offers scientifically designed content for dogs of all ages, and all breeds. If your dogs can hear or see, then DOGTV is right for them. DOGTV is working hard to produce fresh content all the time, so your dog will always get new, exciting visual and auditory stimulations.”

DogTV will make money through monthly subscriptions, although dogs look like a promising advertising audience. According to the site, “nearly half of those surveyed had dogs that showed some interest in what was happening on the television screen.” Which is more that can be said about most people. Besides, dogs are also afraid of remote controls.

For the busy dogs on the go, DOGTV also offers a YouTube channel and aTwitter feed.